â€¢ Uefa and Fifa warn country over new football violence regulations â€¢ Minister: they are not interested in solving evils plaguing Greek football Continue reading...
Panathinkaikos are understood to have opened talks with Sunderland over the possibility of signing Charis Mavrias on a permanent deal.
â€¢ FA confirms it will not be entering teams at Rio 2016 Olympics â€¢ Welsh and Scottish FAs had opposed plans to take part in Brazil â€¢ â€˜Team GB will not enter football teams for 2016 Rio Olympicsâ€™ The Football Association has expressed disappointment after being forced to scrap plans to ente
â€¢ FA fails to receive unanimous backing for menâ€™s and womenâ€™s sides â€¢ 2012 teams were a one-off, according to the other home nations Continue reading...
â€¢ Defenders score both goals for Portugal in hard-fought win â€¢ Ronaldo was untypically quiet and had little influence â€¢ Longâ€™s leveller keeps Ireland Euro 2016 hopes alive Continue reading...
From Fontaineâ€™s goal glut to Balotelliâ€™s birdbrained dismissal, half a dozen pieces of bad luck that were actually good luck Kopparberg is a small Swedish town that has become famous for lucrative bungling. It was here that the Treskilling Yellow was minted in 1857. Enough said. What? Oh right.
FULHAM flop Kostas Mitroglou wants the club to let him go home to Greece and end his misery for a bargain fee.
The Greek Cup quarter-final between AEK Athens and Olympiakos was abandoned on Wednesday after a pitch invasion by supporters at the Olympic Stadium in Athens.